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then moved, making necessary changes, including the reduction of 15% of total management. we began renegotiating our secured obligations, our leases, and our contracts with vendors. we also negotiated new, long- term contracts with each of our organized labor groups. these new contract include productivity improvements and changes to health and retirement benefits. at the same time, we increased pay for our employees and mitigated job losses by offering retirement incentives. one of the most important objectives we achieved was to freeze rather then terminate the play pension plans. we now expect to fulfill the supplications rather than unload the monday pbgc as other airlines have done. all that we accomplished was done in the context i our chapter 11 case, and in consultation with the creditors committee appointed by the united states trustee. a midsummer last year, we made sufficient progress that we decided in conjunction with the creditors committee, to embark on a formal process to consider a merger with u.s. airways. it was clear from the outset of our review that a merger w
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